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Old 07-20-2011, 05:20 PM  
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Amelia
Pierce Point Cinema 10, 1255 W. Ohio Pike. First run.
Greater Huntington Theatres - Pierce Point Cinema 10
Starlite Drive-In, 225 State Route 125. 734-4001. First run.
Starlite Drive-In

Batesville, IN
The Gibson Theatre, 107 N. Main St. (812) 934-3404. First run.
The Gibson Theatre: Now Playing

Bethel, OH
Midway Theater, 210 W. Plane St. 7340-2278. First run.
Midway Theatre

Brookville, IN
Brookville Theater, 16 W. Fifth St. (765) 647-4421. First run.

Clifton/Cincinnati
Esquire Theatre, 320 Ludlow Ave. 281-8750. First run.
Esquire Theatre

Dent/Cincinnati
Rave Motion Pictures, 5870 Harrison Ave. First run.
Rave Motion Pictures

Summerside/Clermont County
Danbarry Dollar Saver Cinema, 4450 Eastgate Blvd. 947-8111. Second run.
DanBarry Cinemas

Fairfield
Danbarry Dollar Saver Cinema, 601 Cincinnati Mills Drive. 671-0537. Second run.
DanBarry Cinemas

Florence, KY
Rave Motion Pictures, 7860 Mall Road. 282-6619. First run.
Rave Motion Pictures
Danbarry Dollar Saver Cinema, 7650 Turfway Road. 647-2828. Second run.
DanBarry Cinemas

Greendale, IN
Greendale Cinema, 1605 Flossie Drive. (812) 532-7469. First run.
Greendale Cinema

Hamilton
AMC Showplace, 1453 Main St. (888) 262-4386. First run.
AMC Theatres - Get movie times, view trailers, buy tickets online and get AMC gift cards.
Holiday Auto Theatre, 1816 Old Oxford Road. 929-2999. First run.
Now Showing at the Holiday Auto Theatre

Kenwood/Cincinnati
Kenwood Theater, 7815 Kenwood Road. 984-4488. First run.
Kenwood Theatre

Lebanon
Colony Square Cinemas, 726 E. Main St. 932-3456. First run.

Madison, IN
Ohio Theatre, 105 E. Main St. (812) 273-4880. First run.
Ohio Theatre Madison Indiana

Mariemont/Cincinnati
Mariemont Theater, 6906 Wooster Pike. 272-2002. First run.
Mariemont Theatre

Mason
Rave Motion Pictures, 5937 Kings Island Drive. 336-0204. First run.
Rave Motion Pictures
Regal Deerfield Towne Center, 5500 Deerfield Blvd. 770-0964. First run.

Middletown
DanBarry Middletown, 3479 Dixie Hwy., Franklin. (513) 422-7979. First run.
DanBarry Cinemas

Milford
Rave Motion Pictures, 500 Rivers Edge Drive. 248-2169. First run.
Rave Motion Pictures

Newport, KY
AMC Newport on the Levee, 1 Levee Way. (888) 262-4386. First run.
http://www.newportonthelevee.com/dir...tail.aspx?id=5

Osgood, IN
Damm Theatre, 117 N. Buckeye St. (812) 689-3266. First run.
Damm Theatre Osgood Indiana

Oxford, OH
Great Escape Princess, 10 N. Beech St. (513) 523-2188. First run.
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Sayler Park/Cincinnati
Parkland Theatre, 6550 Parkland Ave. 600-7800. Third run.
Parkland Theatre - Cincinnati Ohio, Movies, Live Entertainment, family events, birthdays

Springdale
Showcase Cinemas, 12064 Springfield Pike. (800) 315-4000. First run.
National Amusements - Showtimes

Versailles, IN
Bel-Air Drive-In, 337 N. US 421. (812) 689-5525. First run.
Bel-Air Drive-In (Versailles, Indiana) - Movie Theatre, Concert Venue - Versailles, IN | Facebook

West Chester
Rave Motion Pictures, 9415 Civic Center Blvd. 463-2324. First run.
Rave Motion Pictures

Westwood/Cincinnati
Danbarry, 5190 Glencrossing Way. First run.
DanBarry Cinemas

Wilder, KY
Great Escape 14, 103 Crossing Drive. 442-0000. First run.
Theater | .: Great Escape Theatres :.


The Walnut in Lawrenceburg was converted into a concert hall, but has since then closed for good. The Hamilton 10 Theater on Washington Boulevard has closed for good. Cinemark plans to open a 16-theater building in Oakley, but no start date has been announced.
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Old 08-02-2011, 06:21 PM  
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Cincinnati Enquirer July 31, 2011

N.Ky. drive-in has fans, challenges | NKY.com | cincinnati.com
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Old 01-06-2012, 11:48 AM  
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kings island rave

Rave Cinemas Kings Island's last day was Dec. 29.
Update: Rave Motion Pictures Kings Island closed; church moving in | New in Town
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the denton affair

The Denton Affair is the name of the local Rocky Horror group. Denton's has now branched out to dress up to other movies.
http://www.tdaohio.com/movies/
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:20 PM  
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parkland's religious movies

The Parkland Theatre in Sayler Park doesn't show just third-run movies. The owner, Ed Miller, also shows contemporary Catholic-themed documentaries. I'm not sure where he gets them from. He advertises in the local Catholic publications and busloads come from everywhere to see these movies. (By everywhere, I mean as far as Dayton, 70 miles north.)

http://www.parklandtheatre.com/
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Old 09-12-2012, 08:04 PM  
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westwood danbarry

It sounds like the Westwood Danbarry is going back to being a second-run theater. Hallelujah! I missed going to the cheaper movies. There are some movies out there that I wouldn't pay full price for, but I enjoy them at a cheap price.
http://news.cincinnati.com/article/2...news|text|News
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Old 12-04-2012, 06:38 AM  
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princess theater

The Princess Theatre in Oxford closed in November.
http://news.cincinnati.com/article/2...|topnews|text|
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Old 01-31-2013, 05:35 PM  
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more screens

I think the last thing the world, much less Cincinnati, needs is another theater multiplex. And I don't think the current cineplexes need additional screens, because the owners would just end up showing the latest Batman or James Bond or Pixar sequel on four screens instead of three. And I really think that, for its size, Cincinnati has a good number of screens at the arthouse theaters.

What I do think is needed is a greater number of screens at the second-run theaters. That way more of the lesser-known or non-hit movies would have a chance to get to the second-run places, even if just for a week or two.

Sometimes these smaller films aren't something I'd be interested in paying $9 to see, but I would be willing to pay $3 to see them. And the greater number of weeks that the film is available to see would mean that I wouldn't have to worry about getting to see it in the first two weeks of its run.
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brookville theater

http://www.eaglecountryonline.com/news.php?nID=5125
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Old 05-25-2013, 07:34 AM  
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yet another theater complex planned

Yikes!
http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/bl...t-set-for.html
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